So you want a domain name, your very own place on the net, and you’d like it now but you don’t know where to start:
First you need to check if your desired domain name is available, you can do this by using our domain name checker.
Registering domain names is what we do, so give us a call and we’ll register you.
Put simply a domain name is the address that people use to find you or your company online, it’s what you type in the browser’s address bar to go to a specific website.
For example, our domain name is:
www.telecomdomains.uk / www.08454742807.co.uk.
Think of a Name
Choose a name that is easy to remember, short, and if possible one that describes your website content. For instance, an online financial company may use www.debtfree.com or you could simply use your telephone number as your website address, as this will already be known by many of your clients.
You can do this using our domain checker. Simply type the name / telephone number you want into the search box and away you go!
Many of the popular domains will already be registered, so be prepared to use your imagination and consider alternative domain endings (like: .eu, .biz, .info). However most online major companies are now using Telecom Domains Ltd Domain names, as these are unique to your business.
Your search results will be displayed on the page and you can choose which name(s) / number(s) you would like to purchase. It’s worth noting that your new domain name(s) may take up to 24 hours to show active online.
*Besides setting up your website, there are lots of things that you can do with your domain name:
* Park it – maybe you haven’t decided what to do with your new domain name. Don’t worry there’s no rush, you can leave it parked with us for the length of your registration.
* Tell the world – announce your new online identity to everyone you know.
* Start blogging – publish your photos, ideas and inspirations on your own personalised blog.
* Start an online store and start selling products online.
* Send mail – use your email address as a webmail account or forward email to another address.
* Forwarding – Direct the address to your existing website.
A domain extension describes the ending of a domain name, these can also be referred to as the tld (top level domain), domain root or suffix.
.com, .org, .co.uk and .biz are all examples of a domain extension.
It is common for websites to register the same domain name with multiple domain extensions; increasing the likelihood of visitors finding the way to your site, and protecting your brand.